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Zaxxon

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??/??/1984

Staff Reviews

Zaxxon review (Arcade)

Reviewed July 10, 2015

Jason Venter says: "Zaxxon is a classic that's most easily enjoyed if you established a connection with it much closer to its original release."
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Zaxxon review (Colecovision)

Reviewed July 12, 2015

Joseph Shaffer says: "Now with 95% more grating noises and twitchy motion!"
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Zaxxon review (Atari 2600)

Reviewed July 11, 2015

Rob Hamilton says: "Zaxxon - The Doomed Port"
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Reader Reviews

Zaxxon review

Reviewed July 14, 2015

sashanan says: "At the end of this base, the eponymous Zaxxon attacks, a giant killer robot that actually does very little killing. Rather, he lumbers towards you, fires a single missile, and bugs out, ending the stage even if you fail to destroy him in what little time you get. And then it all repeats."
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Reviews: 1
Tags: Shooter
Release Date: 1983 (North America)

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